Crystal S. Boudreaux


Crystal S. Boudreaux


Crystal Boudreaux is a seasoned attorney with over 19 years of experience in the legal field. Crystal began her legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in Baldwin County, Alabama, where she gained valuable experience in the criminal justice system. She later served as the Chief Assistant District Attorney in north Alabama, where she honed her skills in litigating cases.

In addition to her experience as a prosecutor, Crystal also previously ran her own private practice. Throughout her career, she has demonstrated a commitment to helping her clients achieve their goals and has successfully litigated hundreds of cases.

Crystal’s proudest achievement is being admitted to the United States Supreme Court Bar. She stands apart as a member of a select group of attorneys that can unequivocally practice law in the highest court in the land.

Crystal is also a licensed mediator in the State of Georgia and uses her skills in alternative dispute resolution to help clients resolve their legal disputes in a peaceful and amicable manner.

Crystal is also active in the Senoia and Coweta community. When she’s not practicing law, Crystal is a proud mother of triplets and enjoys cooking, traveling, and spending time with her family.

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